Wednesday (a tribute haiku)
Middle of the week
The summer sun grills our dorms
The music's well done!
(and the musicians are al dente)
Our new recruits: We will train them to make photocopies!
Classes are in full swing!
Amherst Auction 2011
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
BREAKFAST (7:00-9:30 hot, 9:30-10:45 continental), Harris Refectory
Oasis Snack Shop open in College Center at Crozier-Williams.
EARLY STRETCH, with Mark Mindek. Crozier-Williams 3rd-Floor (if not there, try the 2nd Floor) Dance Studio. All welcome!
EARLY AM CLASS
COFFEE BREAK, Faculty Lounge, Blaustein. Last call at 10:55!
Baroque Academy coffee break in Cummings Lobby.
LATE AM CLASS
Vocal-Instrumental Collegium (AKA “Mass”)
Please be on time, ready to play or sing by 11:00 SHARP!
LUNCH MEETING OF WORK-STUDY STUDENTS—MANDATORY!!!Coffee Grounds Café, Katherine Blunt House. Will include pizza!
EARLY PM CLASS
LATE PM CLASS
FIVE O’CLOCK SOCIAL, Harris Atrium. Feel free to bring your own refreshment. After the Late pm class, before dinner, very casual.
RENAISSANCE NOTATION DROP-IN led by Doug Young. Come and read facsimiles of the original notation!! Good sightreading, familiarity with C clefs desirable. Come and read facsimiles of old Renaissance favorites—Clemens non Papa, Isaac, Lupus— in the original notation!!. Recorders, singers, and other compatible instruments. Bring instrument and stand. Blaustein 201
RENAISSANCE FLUTE DROP-IN. Na’ama Lion and Eric Haas invite everyone interested in playing Renaissance flutes of various sizes to come to Johnson 1st-floor lounge.
THE INCREDIBLE TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL AMHERST EARLY MUSIC LIVE AUCTION!!
New day, new time, new location!--Hood Dining Room in Blaustein.
Come have fun, see and buy wonderful items, and help raise money for the future of Amherst Early Music! Preview of items begins at 8:00, live auction at 8:30. Bring cash, check books, Visa or MasterCard.
This week, items up for bid will include:
--playing for an hour with the Flanders Recorder Quartet
--a custom poem written by Larry Rosenwald
--a harpsichord lesson with Arthur Haas
--instrument repair by Patrick von Huene
--one-man band serenade by Spiff Wiegand
--dinner at Captain Scott’s Lobster Dock in New London plus micro-brew six-pack!
--beautiful hand-painted table
--wines from Long Island’s South Fork
--the lemon topiary “Objêt!!”
--a week’s tuition at next July’s Amherst Early Music;
and lots, lots more.
ADDRESS LISTS will be posted on the bulletin board in the lobby of the College Center at Crozier-Williams for proofreading. Look at your listing and make corrections as needed, so that the list that we distribute on the weekend is accurate. Thanks!